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San Diego restaurant rumors, openings, & coming-soons in May



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Oscars Mexican Seafood is open in the East Village

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The new weekly North Park Thursday Market has launched with more than 65 vendors of produce, prepared eats, and craft beer.

 

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The hospitality group behind Don Chido will debut Salvucci’s Ristorante this spring, with classic dishes representing the group’s East Coast Italian roots.

 

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Oscars Mexican Seafood is now slinging fish tacos, ceviche, and more in the East Village.

 

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Movies and gourmet eats come together at The Lot, whose second spot opens this month at Liberty Station.

 

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Leña Craft Mexican has launched in La Jolla, serving sustainable meats, tortillas made with non-GMO corn, and organic vodka.

 

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San Diego Poke Company will bring its first brick-and-mortar shop to Mission Valley this month.

 

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Solunto’s Bakery has reopened as Panificio e Ristorante Solunto in Little Italy, with pizza, gelato, and pastries.

 

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Live music venue Moonshine Beach has paired with Pacific Beach Mexican cantina Cerveza Jack’s, and is slated to open its doors early this month.

 

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After 10 years serving the Gaslamp, Ra Sushi has closed.

 

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Grab hand-rolled pretzels at North Park’s new California Tap Room. A beer-and-cider component is due this summer.

 
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